A 24 year old woman, Summer Taylor, was killed late Saturday night when a driver drove onto a freeway (from a ramp) while there was a protest going on. The protesters were standing on the expressway... I guess the driver didn't see the protesters as he weaved around a car and barreled into two ladies. I guess the driver was in shock, because he fled the scene and was stopped by one of the protesters who chased him down. The video below has me very shaken, and it is one of the reasons why I am so nervous driving Uber right now. At least a couple of times, I feared I may hit someone. My only accident in my life was when a bicyclist sped east on a walkway on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago...when he ignored his "Don't Walk" sign and bolted past some cars. I slammed on the brake but he bounced off my windshield (he was unhurt). Even though I was found completely innocent (never sued either), I am still shaken when I think about it. When I reflect on it, I don't feel much guilt because I had the green light and I was not speeding (and only saw him at the last second), but I really think pedestrians and bicyclists need to follow street signs and the rules of the road. I think if it ever happens again, I may stop driving Uber and just take public transit wherever I go. May all have thoughts and prayers to Ms. Taylor, and keep a sharp eye for protesters as they drive Uber these days.